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View of Mt. St. Helens from space
June 30, 2000

View of Mt. St. Helens from space

View of Mt. St. Helens from Space.

Horses in the dunes at Assateague Island
September 2, 2009

Photo of horses in the dunes at Assateague Island

Ponies on the dunes at Assateague Island National Seashore. Assateague island is a barrier island is home to a herd of wild ponies.

USGS
March 10, 2020

Powell150 March 2020 Event

Attribution: Science Support
view of landscape of river with cottonwood galleries in background and tent in foreground
August 30, 2019

Flora and Fauna - Cottonwoods Galleries

Both Powell’s crew and this year’s modern expedition camped along the river with views of cottonwood galleries. 

scientists holding a test tube with aquatic insects.
August 30, 2019

Flora and Fauna - Emerging Aquatic Insects

USGS scientists collected the adult life stage of emerging aquatic insects each evening of the recent Sesquicentennial Colorado River Exploring Expedition.

GeoGirls 2019 group photo, with Mount St. Helens in the background
August 5, 2019

GeoGirls 2019 Group Photo

GeoGirls 2019 group photo, with Mount St. Helens in the background.

Girls hike along a trail at Mount St. Helens
August 5, 2019

GeoGirls Hike the Pumice Plain at Mount St. Helens

The GeoGirls hike the Pumice Plain at Mount St. Helens, examining lava outcrops and volcanic sediment.

People standing with lights in a dark cave
August 4, 2019

GeoGirls Venture into Ape Cave

GeoGirls venture into Ape Cave, a 2,000-year-old lava tube on the south flank of Mount St. Helens, as they learn about Mount St. Helens’ eruptive history and lava flows.

Girls stand in cave with headlamps lighting a book
August 4, 2019

GeoGirls Venture into Ape Cave II

GeoGirls venture into Ape Cave, a 2,000-year-old lava tube on the south flank of Mount St. Helens, as they learn about Mount St. Helens’ eruptive history and lava flows.

Girls stand in stream and take measurements
August 5, 2019

GeoGirls Hike to Willow Creek

GeoGirls hike to Willow Creek, on Mount St. Helens’ Pumice Plain, to learn more about the ecology of the blast zone and how the area has recovered since the catastrophic May 18, 1980, eruption. Here, they look at stream characteristics and how it has influenced the return of life to the area.